House of Islam


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Noun1.House of Islam - areas where Muslims are in the majority
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Of road and drain from House of Jumma to House of Islam in ward no.
Whatever their wretched motives and imagined goals, these brain-dead dummies are clearly being used by forces, which have long plotted against the House of Islam.
A gathering of more than 250 Muslim clerics last month issued a declaration intended to set the House of Islam in direct opposition to the Islamic State.
The ISIL militants declared Turkey part of the House of War -- rather than the House of Islam -- and that Turks were infidels.
Terror is a Muslim issue, an Islamic issue within the house of Islam," said M.
Although Mideastern zealots have picked up the hate-filled anti-Jewish rhetoric of European fascists " with the infamous"Protocols of the Elders of Zion" enjoying a new lease on life in Arabic " some observers have questioned whether there is any real sense in applying such a specifically European concept as fascism to"the House of Islam.
78) Therefore, al Baghdadi has said "those who can immigrate to the Islamic State should immigrate, as immigration to the house of Islam is a duty.
This in turn makes those parts of the world that have not yet been conquered by the House of Islam an abode of permanent conflict (Dar al-Harb, the house of War) which will only end with Islam's eventual triumph.
Boko Haram is setting the House of Islam on fire and yet we stand here and watch it burn?
The countries he profiles are Spain, France, England, Italy and Sweden in the West and Prussia, Poland, Austria, Russia, and the House of Islam in the East.
Mumtaz Ahmed, in his welcome address said that we have accepted the women rights issue as western gift which is awful attitude while its indigenous roots lies in house of Islam.
It is true that the House of Islam remains divided along ideological lines, which is why the editors included essays from different contributors (including more traditionally inclined scholars) to the book's content.